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universal language

noun as in world language

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Strengthen your team by creating authentic workplace transparency, using numbers as a universal language and providing meaning behind your team’s work.

Communication here is not just based on a universal language, such as English.

When you added the lyrics, “Sho Z-Pod Dupa” was not exactly the universal language of all cultures.

The real AI is going to provide universal language translation, it’s going to provide universal summarization, it’s going to contribute to fantastic understanding across cultures, which is very important.

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Cinema is the universal language, and viewers are not baffled by differences in culture but instead celebrate and embrace them.

I just have to keep speaking the universal language of music.

He believes that art should serve as a communicator—and that candy is a universal language everyone can understand.

Jokes should be a universal language, but Romney, alas, has demonstrated a humor gap.

Art, especially literature, can be a universal language and break down the walls separating us.

This is not surprising since we know that the idea of a universal language has long haunted the minds of Freemasons.

Again I slowly advanced and steadily assured him in the universal language—tone—that all was well.

Mankind, it says, will never adopt a universal language, nor is it to be desired that it should.

This gives a universal language by which scientists of all countries understand one another.

The feature of Saint Paul is that French is the universal language.


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